Caitlin is the Managing Director and a mom that has a passion for working with families. She is committed to helping provide solutions to families looking for safe and loving childcare or useful and effective tutoring. She believes in meeting educational goals to promote confident, self-directed learners. Overall she is dedicated to delivering responsible, enthusiastic, and inventive role model nannies and tutors to our community.
She graduated from the University of Minnesota, Duluth with a BS in biology and a MS in integrated biosciences. She discovered her talent and interest in teaching while in university. She tutored undergraduate general biology students and taught microbiology laboratory. Later she worked as an elementary school teacher in South Korea and as a native English assistant in a high school in France.
In her free time, Caitlin enjoys playing with her newborn daughter and spending time with her husband. She likes playing soccer, traveling to new places, and making new friends. She is a member of VOICE, which takes action in solving community issues in Northern Virginia.
As Recruitment Coordinator, Abigail’s goal is to find Role Model nannies, sitters and tutors who will inspire and motivate children and students of all ages. Abigail previously worked as a nanny for College Nannies + Sitters + Tutors and was able to gain experience working with children. As a result, she understands the innate qualities a childcare professional should have in order to be an excellent role model including the core values: can-do attitude, results matter, and leave it better philosophy.
Caroline is our Family Placement Manager. Over the last 13 years she has dedicated herself to providing children with the best care possible. Her wealth of experience working with families of children cradle through college (aged) make her the perfect person to provide ongoing support and choose the best fit Role Models for our families.
Caroline has a B.A. in Psychology from George Mason with a focus on Early Childhood Development and Attachment Theory. After working as a full time nanny throughout her studies at George Mason University, she was a Developmental Researcher studying learning through play, and worked as a Preschool teacher at three prestigious Northern VA schools. She also ran her own child care company, working with 30+ families to provide childcare, parenting guidance and create education solutions to meet their needs. Most recently, she worked as the Education Coordinator for a well-known tutoring company coordinating the educational curriculum for hundreds of students.
In her free time, Caroline loves to travel, read about child development, explore nature, and spend time with her husband. In her travels, she has thus far sailed around the world and visited 30 countries on 6 continents.
Heather is the Learning Center Manager. She has been passionately involved in education for nearly 10 years working with families from preschool to high school. She is a Northern Virginia native and received a Bachelor's Degree from Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia and a Master's of Science in Management and Leadership from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
During her free-time Heather loves to read, bake, spend time with her feline fur baby, Rufus, and mostly enjoy time spent with her husband.
Peter is a Business Analyst for College Nannies, Sitters, and Tutors NOVA Inc. He has a bachelors of science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Industrial and Systems Engineering. He previously worked for the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association as an intern for the Business Technologies and Strategies department.
In school I stayed interested in a wide variety of things. I played on sports team, played bass in orchestra, was a part of the honor society, and played in a jazz band on the side. I also maintained good grades throughout high school and college. Finally, I think family is very important. I currently have 4 nephews and a niece. I see them every chance I get.
In a loving way, I emphasize manners and values, such as respect, being polite, and taking turns. I am a positive influence in the upbringing of the children I take care of. I'm looking forward to meeting your family.
I love to have fun and play pretend, dress-up or build forts with kids, but I also value teaching respect, the power of forgiveness, honesty, voicing feelings, and about consequences for our actions. I have the ability to be relatable with kids on all levels, but also the ability to lead and make decisions based on various situations. I was brought up in a stable home with a mother and father who valued these same principles which have now been instilled in me. I hope to bring this same stability and be a mentor and friend to the kids I am around.
Kids are so impressionable and it is important to provide stable care in these young years as they evolve, create and think for themselves. It is my mission to be a role model to a child to help develop concrete moral standards, and facilitate a friendship and mentorship that ultimately impacts them later on down the road. In my experience as a nanny during each summer of college, I learned the importance a role model and mentor relationship can have in a child's life. The children that I nannied still ask when I will come back and hang out with them, and I plan to continue to keep in contact with them. The children I took care of were 3, 6, and 7 and I watched them grow into the unique individuals they are with talents and dreams. My only desire is that they remember me down the road and realize the difference I made in their lives, even if it was for a short time.
My two daughters have seen me juggle many different students and work to help them gain confidence and proficiency in the subject matter. They're now in high school and recently told me that I was their role model! I'm very tenacious and convey that to my students; it's easy to give up but much more rewarding to work through and approach a problem from a different angle until you succeed.
My name is Corey and I am originally from Vermilion, Ohio, which is a small town in Northeast Ohio located on Lake Erie. After graduating high school, I moved out of state to pursue my college goal of obtaining a degree in forensics. To do so, I went to West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV, which was one of the few nationally accredited forensic science programs in the country at the time. While going through my freshman classes at WVU, I was encouraged to double major in chemistry as well, so that's what I did. I obtained my B.S. in forensic and investigative sciences as well as my B.S. in chemistry. Prior to graduating, I knew that I ultimately wanted to have more than just my bachelor's degrees and therefore decided to continue my education by pursuing my Ph.D. in chemistry.
My hobbies and interests include playing any type of sports (football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, you name it, I will play it) and being outside. I like to stay active and definitely like to enjoy the outdoors when possible. My professional and career goal is to work for a premier government forensics laboratory, but always try to maintain an open-mind when it comes to life and my future career is no different. Coming from a family with two younger siblings myself, have always enjoyed working with youth in both an academic and mentoring capacity. I have worked closely with the Boys and Girls Club of America and youth residing in foster-care.